Friday, February 20, 2004

I'm now trying OpenOffice, and I'll be posting over the next few days whatever limitations I find while working with MS Word documents and MS Excel spreadsheets. [more]

Posted by Manuel [OpenOffice Limitations]

You sometimes get hit by "one of those days" when things simply don't go your way. Your election campaign gets threatened, your project goes "pfffftt!", your dreams crumble, your foot gets run over, your car gets bumped, people let you down, your dog bites you, or your burger tastes soggy.

Fortunately, there are ways of remembering that in the long run, all these troubles will not matter. Here's one way of reminding myself not to take life too seriously -- [more]

Posted by Manuel [Zapping The Blues]

Thursday, February 19, 2004

If you're thinking of getting a DVD player, but the cost of branded players gives your pocket that cool, windy feeling, you might be tempted to go for generic DVD players. But is it worth it? Are made-in-China DVD players more durable than branded ones? [more]

Posted by Manuel [Are China DVD Players Better Than Branded Ones?]

Wednesday, February 18, 2004

So many folks have been asking for chapter summaries of Jose Rizal's El Filibusterismo... in Tagalog or Pilipino. Here they are. [more]

Posted by Manuel [Buod Ng El Filibusterismo (Chapter Summaries in Tagalog)]

Tuesday, February 17, 2004

Read Cathy's Confused-Use post, and laughed at: "Walang maasim na gatas sa uhaw na bata." [more]

Posted by Manuel [Confused-Use (by Cathy)]

What if you could go inside someone's head? What if you could go inside your own head? These are just a few questions answered in this quirky yet intriguing movie. I doubt if Lolo or Lola will appreciate this, though. [more]

Posted by Manuel [DVD: Being John Malkovich]